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1918 days ago
Stack it, or throw it right in the far place.
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hahahahahahahaha. far enough.
has anyone noticed the wizard bear yet!!!!
I'm surprised they didn't spell it 'farwood fur sale'
Signs like this are extremely common in Virginia. They had me laughing on many occasions.
SNATCH the movie-with brad pitt,jason statham -people speaking barely understandable english
That is an actual pronunciation of the word fire in my Tribe's dailect. The Lumbee tribe of NC has a very distinct dialect of English; wherein, ire, air, words are pronounced w/ a ar sound. You come off a little holier than thou on this one, Ellen. Not ev
Ha! Just like the sign near where I live that says "We except EBT" fantastic!
Hey isn't that Larry the Cable Guys place??? ......Sorry Larry, just kidding LOL
that is too funny... I hope they are kidding?
I travel to the town that has this sign often. @ThisIsSarahRose its not in Tennessee, its in Texas, in a sorta big city at that. Oh man.
HOW STUPID CAN YOU B-
that must be in Tennessee.... Mmm... oh us....
I don't even have to go "far" to get wood, I live in a forest, lots of fallen trees to use.
That far wood belongs 'over yonder'.
@LinaMar95 'Far' is 'fire' with a deep south-ish accent (firewood) & 'fer' = for
Would someone explain this to me?! I'm not from the US.. Please, I really want to get it!!
Its frightning to think they use firewood Lol
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